Treatment for Adults 26+
A ten-week educational series group created to provide foundational information at the onset of treatment about addiction, mental health, and the function of counseling. Some topics covered include defining addiction, long and short-term effects of drugs and alcohol, phases of recovery, influence of family, healthy coping and communication, as well as stress and anger management skills.
Adult Transition Group
Created to foster growth in the early stages of recovery through education and group support. Participants learn about relapse triggers, problem solving skills, and proven methods of maintaining sobriety. Group members are expected to be respectful to each other, but encouraged to confront the behavior of other members to provide insight and aid in stress reduction, developing coping skills, and minimizing recurrent substance-related behavioral patterns. Topics covered include: Relapse Prevention, Maintaining a Sober Lifestyle, Group Problem Solving, Vocational/Educational Concerns, 5 Stages of Recovery, Individual and Family Intervention, Socialization Skills, Related Addictions (i.e. gambling, nicotine, etc).
Other agency groups and services are available to those in our Chemical Dependency program include:
- Smoking cessation groups
- Case management related to domestic violence and/or child abuse
- Women’s issues support groups
- Parenting skills group
- Medical management